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Monday, October 17, 2011

Frozen Breakfast Burritos: SECRET RECIPE CLUB

Secret Recipe Club
Frozen Breakfast Burritos

It's the Secret Recipe Club reveal. Yep, today I am featuring a recipe from my Secret Blog. This is a monthly party I am involved with and I am also the host for today's Secret Recipe Club - Group B, please click around and visit all the new recipes. I love being the host and look forward to all 70+ bloggers emailing me each month, I have made many new blogging friends and truly enjoy it.

If you'd like more info or care to join us, click on over and read all about the Secret Recipe Club, there may be a little waiting list, but feel free to sign up anyway. We'd love to have you. I also have another challenge that I host here on MOMS CRAZY COOKING called CRAZY COOKING CHALLENGE if you are interested in that cooking adventure, you can click on the tab and read about that too.


Secret Recipe Club

Here are a list of my past Secret Recipe Club recipes: Raspberry & Nutella Pizza, Cucumber Salad, Bean Roll-Up, Blueberry Muffins (Gluten-Free) and Pioneer Woman's Chicken Pot Pie.

This month I received a blog called Successful Together, written by Angie from Anderson, SC. She loves coupons (me too) and she is a life-time member of Weigh Watchers (way to go Angie).

I came across a few other recipes that I would like to try from Successful Together. Here there are in no particular order: Pina Colada Chicken, Nilla Yogurt Freeze and in searching her blog I even found one of my own recipes that she posted from long ago, Pineapple Crisp Breakfast and lastly I know my daughter would love this sandwich Grilled Hawaiian Ham and Cheese. Click on over to her blog and check out all the great Weight Watcher recipes she shares.



The nice thing about this recipe is you pre-make the burritos and then freeze them for later.
I never even knew you could do this, and I am the QUEEN of freezer foods.
My girls devoured these burritos in just a few days, so I need to make a few more batches soon!

Frozen Breakfast Burritos
adapted by me; originally found at Successful Together 

6 oz Jimmy Dean sausage, cooked & drained
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp Grandma's Salt or any seasoning you like (even pepper will work)
8 large eggs
1/2 cup shredded cheese
1/2 tsp diced jalapenos
3 tbsp Pineapple Salsa
16 flour tortilla, small to medium size

Cook sausage in skillet on medium heat until completely cooked through; drain and set aside.

Whisk the milk, seasoning and eggs together. Cook in a skillet to a scramble on stove top. Just before the eggs are finished add in the cheese, jalapenos and salsa. 

Take your flour tortillas and lay them all out on the counter. Spread the mixture evenly into each tortilla. Wrap up like a burrito, tucking in both ends before rolling and lay onto a cookie sheet to freeze.  Freeze overnight or at least for a few hours and then once they are individually frozen you can store them all together in large zip loc bags.

When you are busy and on the go, take out a frozen burrito and microwave it for one minute and you are ready to go. Healthy breakfast burrito that you put together yourself.




34 comments :

  1. I've been meaning to make and freeze some bfast burritos for my husband and these look perfect! Thanks for being our fabulous hostess! :)

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  2. Those look great! I love a good freezer recipe. :) Thanks for all the work you do for SRC!

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  3. Tina, these look really tasty. I love that they can be made ahead of time. And yes, thank you for all the hard work that hosting our SRC group takes!

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  4. I love recipes likes this I can whip up and freeze for the kiddo's. These look so super yummy, so I'm glad you picked them this month, Tina! :)

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  5. They look so good! I'm planning to make some of these today!

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  6. Those look tasty and simple. I love easy breakfasts, it's the hardest meal for me to get on the table. Thanks for hosting! I made P.F. Chang's Lettuce Wraps for Secret Recipe Club.

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  7. This would be a great morning time saver! Love this!

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  8. Yummy, they look good :-)

    All the best,
    Birthe

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  9. What a great idea! I should make some for hubby.

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  10. I absolutely love this idea! It is so customize-able...I am looking forward to "veganizing" it!

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  11. a great idea for quick weekday breakfasts -- great pick! Theresa

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  12. I was just telling my 18 year old son that I was going to do a google search for frozen breakfast burritos, so this post is perfect timing for me. I guess it was meant to be. Pinning!

    :)
    ButterYum

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  13. Hi Tina,
    What a great idea for a frozen breakfast burrito, these would really be great to have on hand. Thanks for hosting and keeping us on track, it is fun cooking with you in the SRC!
    Miz Helen
    Southwest Corn and Potato Soup

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  14. These look really good. I love that you can freeze them and just take out one! I'm totally going to have to do this! Thanks! And thanks for hosting!!!

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  15. Fabulous idea! I'm printing it off so that I don't forget to give this one a try... breakfast will be so easy with some of these in the freezer!

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  16. Sound wonderful, easy and something we all like. What is Gramma's salt? Must be a brand name, never seen that in maine.....happy Baking andi

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  17. :) I am so glad you found things you liked! I bet that pineapple salsa really made them AWESOME! I need to make some more of these. Great post, you are too sweet!

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  18. I did not know you could freeze these. Genius. My hubby would love to be able to grab one of these after a morning surf. Love it.

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  19. I could do with some of these in the freezer at work :)

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  20. Those burritos look delicious. What an easy breakfast to have on hand! Thank you SO much for all the work you do to make Group B such a success.

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  21. These are great! So easy and ready to in 1 minute. I want to make these for my husband so he has somethng to eat for breakfast after I leave for work!

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  22. What a convenient way to prepare burritos! Looking at the ingredients, I know this will be something that everyone in my family will love. Thanks for picking a great recipe and for hosting this month's SRC!

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  23. I love how easily this recipe can be modified! Yummers.

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  24. My husband would love these and I love that they can be made ahead and frozen.

    If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my group "A" SRC recipe this month: Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies.

    Lisa~~
    Cook Lisa Cook

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  25. Yum! Looks great! Fun to participate in SRC with you!

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  26. Thanks for hosting SRC! I love the idea of a quick breakfast recipe!

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  27. Thank you for organizing the SRC for our group. You do a fabulous job AND your food looks awesome, too :)

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  28. Thanks again for hosting our group this month for SRC! Love the idea of freezing breakfast so it can be taken out whenever we need it.

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  29. Yum, thsese would be so perfect for my busy schedule! Now just to find time to make them...

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  30. Ooh, these look great for when I have early morning classes and I'm too lazy to get up early enough to make a proper breakfast! :P

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  31. I love this idea - especially for mornings when you just don't have time to pull something together. Great do-ahead meal! And I love that you could put whatever you want in it too.

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  32. Love the flavor combo you put in these! Nice!

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